May 17, 2004
"Mr. Tarantino will be having the 'clue', Garçon," 
WBEX reports that Quentin Tarantino plans to make "the most violent film ever":
"Violence is fun, man. I would have no problem with the most violent, bloody movie, if that day ever came. There's still time.
And, according to Sci Fi Wire, the Q's next target may be...007?
"I've always wanted to do it," Tarantino reportedly said. "I bumped into Pierce Brosnan, and we talked about it. He liked the idea." Tarantino is a lifelong fan of the British spy saga, now starring the Irish actor Brosnan. "I would like to do the original book Casino Royale and do it more or less the way the Ian Fleming book is," Tarantino told Reuters in an interview in Cannes, where he is president of this year's film festival jury. Casino Royale was made in 1967 as an ill-fated spoof starring David Niven as an aging 007. "I don't know if they're going to go for it or not, but I'm letting them know I'm interested,"
Hell, why not combine the two? I've seen both Kill Bills and the rest of the QT oeuvre; I like his work. But I think portraying screen violence is sort of like using heroin - you have to keep upping your dosage to get the same effect. I just wonder how much further he'd have to go to to keep his promise.

Somehow, I think he's been scooped by the killers of Nick Berg: from now on, everything else is just ketchup.

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May 17, 2004
"Mr. Tarantino will be having the 'clue', Garçon," by Lenka Reznicek



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